hessian


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Synonyms for hessian

a freelance fighter

Synonyms for hessian

(19th century) a man's high tasseled boot

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The stories of Brouwer, of Bones, and a whole budget of others were called to mind; and when they had diligently considered them all, and compared them with the symptoms of the present case, they shook their heads, and came to the conclusion chat Ichabod had been carried off by the Galloping Hessian.
Hessian continued the good form of the Michael Bell stable when easily landing the opening claimer under Hayley Turner.
If you're growing Dicksonia squarrosa, however, you will have to pack the crown with straw and wrap the plant with hessian every winter.
Sean Hessian, 37, went to an address in Gateshead and when a man opened the door he sprayed him in the face before punching him.
Approximately 2 miles - Hessian Avenue dead ends into Red Bank
Peter Taylor's book examines the social ramifications of Hessian "military fiscalism" and the "tyranny" it imposed on some Germans for the sake of English "liberty.
Execution of maintenance, relief, extra charges and lens / frame cleaning the tax office casting the Hessian Education Authority and the Hessian State Laboratory.
RUSTY FIGURES IT OUT: Rusty Waldram, a 32-year-old mother of three from Stockton, had always been interested in craftwork and hit on the idea of creating her own figures fashioned out of hessian.
Craig Hessian put St George level again to take the tie into extra-time before Hessian struck the winner.
Hessian (7-1) required the expertise of the joint champion jockey to find space a couple of furlongs out before he got her going for a cosy half-length defeat of High 'n Dry.
The Hessian Riemannian metrics are very interesting for practical problems.
Hessian looks capable of adding to Michael Bell's list of Southwell winners by landing the Pontin's Family Holidays Maiden Stakes today.
Washington was confident that he could outmaneuver the British and their Hessian mercenaries using the skills of the Marblehead Mariners.
Cliff and Phil Williams bought the sack maker in 1955Then it was one of 20 Liverpool firms providing hessian sacking for goods like wheat and animal feedstuffs.